LatinoFoodie and MOLAA Present “A Taste of Cinco de Mayo” Sunday, May 4 in Long Beach

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We are proud to announce LatinoFoodie’s first collaboration with the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach for its “A Taste of Cinco de Mayo” Festival on Sunday, May 4 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

You can expect fun family activities, live mariachi and folklorico dancers, vendors, a beer and tequila garden and delicious Mexican or Mexican-inspired food. So pack up the kids and come find LatinoFoodie and say hi!  (Hint: tequila and beer garden)
MOLAA is located at 626 Los Alamitos Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802.

Come hungry as we’ve lined up some amazing restaurants and food trucks. Here is a sneak peek at some of what you will be getting this Sunday:

El Coraloense

El Coraloense specializes seafood that is infused with flavors from all over the world.  This small restaurant, recently the winner of Taco Madness 2014, quickly gained popularity with its creative and delicious authentic flavors.

Real de Oaxaca

Real de Oaxaca proudly brings the flavors of Oaxaca to Los Angeles. With mouth-watering dishes using only the finest and freshest ingredients, prepared from closely guarded family recipes passed down through several generations, this exquisite restaurant proudly features some of the best authentic Oaxacan cuisine.

Agaves Kitchen & Tequila Bar

Agaves Kitchen & Tequila has a flair for creating modern Mexican dishes, inspired by traditional regional cuisines.  With skillful technique and modern presentations, Agaves Kitchen has a unique urban feel but is grounded in culture and tequila.

A Bite Truck

A Bite Truck is the embodiment of their motto “Simple is Sexy”, allowing gourmands and foodies alike to bond over simple and delicious gourmet California fusion.  The food centers on organic fruits and vegetables, with dishes honed by the culinary traditions form around the world.

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